April 3, 2011
The Casket Letters. The Templars in Scotland in the Thirteenth Century. The 'Scalacronica' of Sir Thomas Gray. The Teaching of Scottish History in Schools. The Constitutional Necessity for the Union of 1707. Scottish Students in Heidelberg, 1386-1662. The Bishops of Glasgow from the Restoration of the See by Earl David to the Reformation. Notes on the 'Scottish Trial-by-Combat Charter of 1167'. Allan Cameron's Narrative, February-April, 1716. The Relations of Mary Stuart with William Maitland of Lethington. Mr. Lang and the Casket Letters. The Market Cross of Aberdeen. Henry Ker of Graden. The Green Island. A Roxburghshire Mansion and its Contents in 1729. Economic Condition of Scotland under the Commonwealth and the Protectorate. A Contemporary Account of the Highlanders at Macclesfield in 1745. Peculiar Ordination of a Cumberland Benefice, dated 1285. Count Florent V. of Holland, Competitor for the Scottish Crown. Did Ecclesiastical Heraldry exist in Scotland before the Reformation? On the Danish Ballads. A Border Ballad. The Order of the Golden Fleece. M. Anatole France on Jeanne d'Arc. The Abbey of Inchaffray. Reviews of Books.